It is in that last song where a voice is familiar to us. Karlos Osinaga, Txap, singer of Lisabö, signs the lyrics and his passion is impregnated in every second of the song. It is not a sin to accept that, when listening to it, we look back with some pride and that the past of all the participants in this song is imprinted in a devastating song: “Feeding the soul you have drowned the soul. But I, I love you all the time” .
“SostreterrA” has been recorded by iou3R between their premises and the Siete Barbas studios (Poblenou, Barcelona), where it has been mixed and mastered by Sergio Picón and the band itself. The edition is carried out by the Synth Vicious label, from Barcelona, ??specialized in modular sounds and absolute shakers (together with the people from BefacoSynth) of the scene with wonderful proposals such as Modular Day or ODD (One Drone Day). Aloud Music participates in the edition with 50 copies that you can get at the label’s online store.
After finish their previous project, Juanma Medina and Rau?l De Los Ríos decided to undertake a project in which they pour all their accumulated energy and experiment with new sounds. This is how iou3R was born, a concept more than a band to use.
After Karlos Navarro joined the band, iou3R has evolved from electronics to formats closer to rock, noise, spacerock, krautrock, drone or postrock. Thanks to long rehearsal sessions where there is room for modular synthesizers, samplers, pads and organic instruments such as guitars, bass and percussion, the Maresme trio has broken all barriers making their sound a mixture of many things that makes them unclassifiable.
In mid-2019 they published Escornalbou, released by Aiguamoll Rds., a single track of more than 30 min recorded in a single take. During the first half of 2020 they participated in various compilations and finally in June La Serp EP saw the light of day on their own Lapena Distel label. A work of dark environments and a prelude to the work that is being presented to us right now.